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Mar 22, 2011 5:00am EDT
on civilians. meanwhile, the u.s. is pulling back on the lead role in the air strikes. some arab leaders are questioning the true target. >> what is the purpose behind attacking forces on the ground? is it to degrade him? or to remove him? th they -- four "new york times" journalists are now free. they arrive -- they were turned over the turkish ambassador. they didn't have visas. >>> new this morning, some radiation from the damaged power plant in japan has reached the continental u.s. frp minuscule amounts were detected in seattle. it is lower than would be a health concern. right now, no action is needed it is coming from a power plant damaged in the tsunami. one of the victims has turned out to be a american taylor anderson may be the first u.s. citizen to die in the disaster. >>> right now, president obama is preparing for the final step on his latin america trip. they will leave chile and head to el salvador. while in chile, first lady, michelle obama toured the schools with with the first lady. she encouraged students to do their best and dream big. the first lady visited a scienc
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Mar 1, 2011 5:00am EST
reopen the tunnel in time for the brunt of rush hour. >> thank you very much. >>> now the u.s. military is moving naval and air forces closer to libya as the crisis there intensifies. despite the positions the pentagon said u.s. officials have not decided if or how the military will intervene. the uss enterprise is one of two aircraft carriers in the region. u.s. and european allies stepped up travel and financial sanctions against libyan leader moammar gadhafi and his loyalists. foreign leaders want the dictator to stop attacks against protesters and step down after his 42 years in power. >>> now new this hour egypt just delayed the reopening of its stock exchange. latest of several days in the last month since protests led to hosni mubarak stepping down. a new reopening is scheduled for march 6th. >>> 5:04. to the shutdown showdown on capitol hill. today the u.s. house plans to vote on a two week extension to keep the government working while lawmakers battle the bigger budget for the rest the year. under the republican proposal, federal agencies would be fund through march 18th while
NBC
Mar 23, 2011 5:00am EDT
of the job that mayor vincent gray is doing. >> now, increased radiation is detected along the u.s. coast line. >> welcome to news 4 today it is wednesday, march 23rd. a live look outside this morning, a few clouds. not very chilly. you can expect some rain. >> get all the details from tom kierein. >> a few light showers to the north of washington since 11:00, 12:00 last night. now, this morning, radar is showing a few showers along the pennsylvania border into northeastern maryland. getting a few sprinkles in western maryland. and in the 40s in most of the region. 46 at reagan national. and rural areas of virginia. culpeper now near 50. even a bit warmer south and west of there. in the 60s now in parts of kentucky. southern indiana and tennessee. some of that milder air will try to make it in here later today. a lot of cloudiness and passing showers. then, by late afternoon, likely will have some showers and thunderstorms, some of the heavier downpours, some of the late afternoon into the evening it when it should occur. we should make it to 60. and a look at night planner in minutes. >>
NBC
Mar 3, 2011 5:00am EST
gadhafi has agreed to chavez's offer. >>> the man suspected of leaking classified u.s. video and documents to wikileaks is in even more trouble this morning. the army filed 22 new charges against private bradley manning, including aiding the enemy. he's being held in quantity itiit i quantico. he could face the death penalty if convicted. >>> the man accused of shooting two u.s. air men will be in court. president obama is outraged at the deadly shootings. a 21-year-old man opened fire on a military bus outside the frankfurt airport yesterday. two other u.s. air men were injured. officials say the 21-year-old is from kosovo. family members describe him as a devout muslim. president obama promised the u.s. will spare no effort to ensure just citiice is served. >>> the man who assassinated kennedy will remain in prison. he was denied parole for the 14th time yesterday. he's currently serving at a state prison in california. a board member told sirhan he was, quote, not responsive, very impulsive and needs more work. the panel recommended he get help for his anger management problems, as well
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Mar 2, 2011 5:00am EST
facility. right now rebels control most of the country. two u.s. war ships are moving into that area as the unrest intensifies. >> office overnight three gunmen killed a high-profile pakistani leader. pakistan's government minister for religious minorities was on his way to work in the capital of islamabad. he was part of pakistan's christian community and urged reform over the country's harsh blasphemy laws. those laws call for the death penalty for insulting islam. >>> 5:01. new from overnight a teenager stabbed on a metrobus. it happened on pomeroy road in southeast. news four tracee wilkins is live with what we've learned so far. good morning? >> reporter: good morning. we still have very few details about what happened here last night. this happened about 11:15 last night in the 2300 block of pomeroy road here in southeast. a group of people got off the bus here and then a teenage boy followed behind them walked up to the bus driver and said he had been stabbed in the abdomen. metro said this happened on the w6 route. the boy is at gw hospital in stable condition. metro official
NBC
Mar 25, 2011 5:00am EDT
results have not been released. >> how the tragedy in japan could end up bringing jobs to the u.s. >> and changes you may see coming to the snack counter at coming to the snack counter at your local movie theater. i can't say enough about them. i can go in, get the things i need, and i know i'm saving money. why would i shop anywhere else? at giant, we want to thank you for making us the store you love to shop for over 75 years. this week, look for savings in every aisle, just for you. like super g boneless chicken breasts, $1.99 a pound. and pepsi 2-liters, just 10 for $10. i pay for my groceries, and i look at the bottom of the receipt, i'm like, "yes! i did it!" that works for me. more savings every time you shop, with your giant card. >>> a land slide in northwest washington state caused two homes to partially collapse. heavy rain triggered the landslide in everett everyit. north of seattle. multiple homes have been damaged. two of the homes have been red tagged. unsafe to sbrmpt nobody was hurt because of the landslides. >> maryland's public service commission wants to look a
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Mar 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
that town was on the vernal of a massacre that u.s. could not wait another day to strike libyan regime forces. nato is said to take over operations in libya tomorrow. president obama said that u.s. will continue to support efforts to protect the people of libya. the president said that the u.s. could not turn a blind eye to what was happening in lib ya, but that our involvement would be different than in iraq. this time, president obama said he would not put troops on the ground. >> to be blunt, we went down that road in iraq. thanks to the extraordinary sacrifices of our troops and the determination of our diplomats, we are hopeful about iraq's future. but regime change there took eight years, thousands of american and iraq lives and a trillion dollars that is not something we can afford to repeat in libya. >> the president will be sitting down for interviewos three major networks including nbc. back to you in the studio. >>> 5:06, a wake will be held for geraldine ferraro today and tomorrow. her funeral is thursday. she was the first woman to run for vice president when walter mondal
NBC
Mar 31, 2011 5:00am EDT
, another was taken to a local hospital. he's listed in stable condition. >>> the u.s. is still undecided on whether to arm the rebels fighting moammar gadhafi. meanwhile u.s. officials have acknowledged that cia operatives are on the ground in that country assessing the strength and needs of the rebel forces. back here at home, lawmakers say it's too early to arm them warning that the opposition groups could also continue terrorist organizations like al qaeda. congress is also unhappy that secretary of state hillary clinton and secretary of defense robert gates did not give an exit strategy to this conflict. >>> new from overnight, ten sailors aboard the uss "john c. stennis" are recovering from a fire off the coast of san diego. it started when the fighter jet's engine exploded during a training exercise. the jet was preparing for takeoff from the flight deck. none of the injuries are life threatening. >>> one city leader has a new plan to keep kids off the street and in the classroom. a bill would crack down on true inside city in hopes of reducing youth violence in the district. his l
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Mar 4, 2011 5:00am EST
who disappeared four years ago found alive. u.s. authorities say that levinson is alive. secretary of state hillary clint on said. >> a trial is scheduled to begin for a maryland man accused of being a u.s. spy in cuba. authorities arrested allan gross in 2009. cuban officials say he was supplying satellites to dissents. the u.s. said he didn't commit a crime. >>> two red light cameras in falls church but five weeks, they are doing their job. they have issued more than 300 citations. the citation comes with a max fine of $50. >> 5:19, choosing to carry your luggage may save you money, but costing taxpayers a quarter of a billion a year. more travellers are carrying their luggage to avoid checked bags fees. costing the government $260 a year. lawmakers are looking into whether or not the airlines should help make up for those costs. >> a baby's laugh is going viral on youtube, check it out. >> you can see the baby laughing while his dad rips some paper. it started when his dad tore up a job rejection letter, much to his son's delight. he got a camera and ripped more paper, and the g
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Mar 28, 2011 5:00am EDT
during the election. >> president obama is expected to explain how far the u.s. will go to remove muammar gadhafi from power. good morning. >> americans following u.s. involvement are likely asking the question, that speaker of the house wants to know. what are the benchmarks for success in libya? the president's top cabinet secretary said he will answer the questions and concerns in the address tonight. first, this is the latest out of lib ya, forces are closing in on maufr's home, it was targeted by international air strikes, and sell braatory gun fire. libya's rebels quickly recovered uninhabitted territory that included two key oil installations, after air strikes forced the muammar gadhafi forces to pull back. secretary of state clint on sai it has been a success. secretary gates offering that muammar gadhafi regime could crack. >> do you want to be a piryea? do you want to end up in the international criminal court? now is your time to get out of this and to help change the direction. >> bottom line, the president wants him to go? the president will not take him out himself? >> cert
NBC
Mar 30, 2011 5:00am EDT
initiatives. including plans to expand oil production in the u.s. united states and increase the use of natural gas. >>> prince george's county baker is painting an optimistic view of the economy. >> i am announcing right here and now that good isn't good enough. that we are about to move this economy from good to great. >> baker delivered his state of the economy last night, he said the budget was balanced without furloughs. or layoffs. it includes 50 million to attract minority owned businesses. >> today, survivors will meet with members of the d.c. council. a justice initiative, aimed at violent crime. >>> 30 years ago today, john hinckley fired shots at the president, one hit the president and punctured his lung. the other hit james brady in the had the head, paralyzing him. had [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage. [ whistle blows ] all right, layups, guys. let's go. in sioux falls, i locked in a rate. coach, you get that house yet? working on it. [ coach ] the appraisal? ...springfield. wherever i was, my citi mortgage consultant had me covered. [ crowd cheer
NBC
Mar 7, 2011 5:00am EST
from the pentagon press secretary. for the next two days he'll visit with u.s. troops in the south and east where the taliban insurgency is the strongest and will also meet with the president of afghanistan. this is his 13th trip to the country. he was there last december. u.s. troops are set to begin to withdrawal in july. >>> escalating violence in libya's civil crisis has led to a mass exodus. opposition forces are trying to take control over cities surrounding the capital of tripoli. forces loyal to mo moore gadhafi are fighting back with heavy surround of or tellry artillery, air strikes and gunfire. meanwhile, tens of thousands of people are doing this sh escaping the violence and setting up a rx refuge, camp across the border in tunisia. >>> the latest numbers from aaa show the national average at $3.50 for a gallon of regular, that's up 3 cents from friday. z.c. drivers are paying $3.59 a gallon. the average in maryland is $3.47. >>> the white house is considering tapping into the nation's oil reserves to help slow down the steady rise in gas prices. the u.s. has 727 millio
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Mar 24, 2011 5:00am EDT
for north american production come from suppliers here in the u.s. >>> france's foreign minister says this morning that operations in libya will last weeks, not months. this as u.s. military officials say coalition air strikes in libya have effectively grounded moammar gadhafi's air force. no libyan planes have been detected in the air for the past 24 hours and new video from overnight shows what libyan tv calls a military base on fire. military officials say the air strikes have also started driving back gadhafi ground forces near misrata. congressional leaders here however have started to question the united states mission in libya and want clear answers about a time frame to hand over leadership of the effort will. >>> 41 degrees. new this morning, talk of a protest at the funeral of elizabeth taylor. >>> plus the student response to the allegations of grade changing at one of the best schools in the district. >>> and another [ female announcer ] why is travel these days about what you give up, and not what you get? like electricity, for gadget power at your seat. room to stretch y
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Mar 8, 2011 5:00am EST
appearance, dna evidence that thomas discarded on a cigarette links him to 12 attacks. u.s. marshalls showed up at his house on friday, and thomas said, quote, why haven't you picked me up sooner? he faces charges in virginia that could carry a life sentence. >>> a deadly officer-involved shooting. when they got there, the man was waving a gun at a teenager. they ordered him to drop his weapon. a police officer shot the man. >>>. >>> today, the d.c. council will weigh in on the discussion. live from the campus in northwest washington. melisz agood morning. >> the d.c. city council is in the middle of their annual public oversight hearing, they look at every agency to see what they can improve. they had one of these in february. they will be back in the spotlight, perhaps having to answer additional questions, 30 students protested outside the school on monday, calling for sessoms' resignation. they point to luxury suits and flights. students are upset by a tuition hike. programs he has cut, they say at this point, he is unwilling to listen to them. he said he needs to stretch out on long fli
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